Seeing beauty deeply…

It’s the rainy season, aka hurricane season, in Southern Florida. And so it goes that plantlife is happily drinking up the rains after the season of draught. This image shows rain collected by a Blushing Bromeliad (Neorgelia carolinae). As the previous post of Oyster Plant, one must pause and look deep inside the plant’s center to see it’s flowers. Copyright 2021 Pamela Breitberg.
Prior to producing flowers the Blushing Bromeliad blushes. The plant’s usual green leaves’ center turns red, as if blushing. These images show water-filled center which is soon be lush with multiple blooms. Today two flowers emerge from the rain waters. Copyright 2021 Pamela Breitberg
The macro setting on my camera was needed to today to capture these teensy Blushing Bromeliad flowers. I see now I also captured a critter, a mosquito most probably, waiting to dry it’s wings after the rain. Copyright 2021 Pamela Breitberg

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